"Well, I am not saying he is wrong - just that the application is the key. If you are a MLB player with gloves to spare (free), using hot water, coffee, whatever is fine - because when you glove dies within 3 months you have another one at your…"
"I wonder how he applies the hot water. Maybe we should be more specific. I have heard of people absolutely dunking their gloves in water, and wondering why their glove shrinks and becomes hard, then cracking like a piece of bacon. Or some kid who…"
"Excuse ME ...Respectfully - sometimes following the crowd will give you mediocre results... If you would kindly google the name < Dennis Esken baseball glove> you will discover, this person is known world wide, he acts as a consultant for the…"
"I don't mean to seem rude or argumentative, but putting water on your new (or old) glove might not be the best idea either, if you want it to last. Inevitably, your glove will get wet with rain, etc. - but this will also cause damage to the…"
"Hello Dylan ... The World's foremost GLOVE EXPERT, and featured on ESPN Outside the lines - Dennis Esken - tells everyone the trade secret for breaking in gloves used in MLB.. Hot Water! Wet the glove with hot water.. go and play catch with it…"
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"Spitting in your glove WILL damage your glove. Over time. So will sweat.
The enzymes in your saliva will begin the digestive process. Over time, you will notice the affect spit/sweat have on leather - the leather will actually crack in the areas…"
"Please NEVER put your glove in the oven or microwave! Putting oil on it also is not a really good idea. Oil will make your glove heavier and it will be prone to cracking and tearing.
Trust me, the best way to break your glove in is to play catch.…"
"Dylan.. Go to shoe store and get Mink Oil w/Lanolin.. Massage liberal amount into pocket everyday. Stick a ball in pocket and tie close... Play catch or toss ball to ceiling and catch.. That's how i worked in my catcher's mitts..
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